17 Burst results for "One Hundred Twenty Seven Degrees"

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on The Combat Divas Podcast

The Combat Divas Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on The Combat Divas Podcast

"And part is being black joke about anything then other partners being a soldier. So I'm black Anna soldiers. So everything's a joke. Fast. Humor situation is terrible. Because we can be like at a funeral. And like we, unfortunately, we had two soldiers that we knew personally in our unit, though, we deployed with committed suicide. And when you think we like, you know, there was such a good soldier. They was great. You like. A piece of shit like he does one old time shit. He just wanted to is. He's like this in the like you'll like man DEM like when we get up. We got there we go choke you for doing this like that. We ought to be. We you you got one coming when we get family villian. They probably like oh my God. Why would they say? Well, we might that's how we coat we like we get up that we go we go. Fuck him issue. Yeah. You just have to cope Meghan 'isms too. Get past the dark days. So a lot of them, but we made them bright. So, you know, and you make friends that you know, for the rest of your life. So this is proof of it because I'm talking to you right now, and we became friends a long time ago. And now we still France. Yeah. The best thing to happen far as like the military is the people that you meet. Yeah. Even basic trying even if they live in different states that gives you go in keep in touch and keep that bond going 'cause you never know who really needs that for in overly needed different. You might be they first friend. You don't know. But. It opens up a lot of doors, but it does really make a impact on your life. Whether it be positive negative or just a little bit of both like it's should runs deep. Yeah. Do run deep. So there's just some some war stores. We had a lot of military personnel to hit us up. And was like, hey, talk about some of the things. Have we talk about it got it was when one okay? So one more that I just heard just recently coming out of advanced leadership core. Okay. So it was a one of those dark days. What you like what? Like, this this arm. He was like an adult. He was like man this always so hot in the desert. I don't need to bring no cold weather gear. We'd go into desert little did. He know when this one hundred twenty seven degrees on a regular basis. If it drops down to ninety five you feel that is colder you cold to leasing mind. Somebody at home ninety five degrees. New freezes. Yeah, code. He was like men shivering in the desert like a dog shit and raise a blade. What? What he say? Kinda now. Shiver and how hard would you shiver? I I can't get that out of my head. Now, there's there's a picture there. I don't like it. I feel like does is the bad day Severin dog shit and raise. What does that even I don't even wanna know what that's like? Like house the puck a behold just think about like pucker factor. Definitely. With our this is there. Is the worst sales. Go one I'm gonna keep that one. I will keep that one. And if you have a saying that you guys doing either basic training or just regular military because as we become ios and leaders, we make up our own sands. And it never makes sense. But once we have a soldier what to do like them soldier. You face come out. Hits. We say anything. Well, so if you have one of those terms that you say or that you have or that you still say at home you talking to your spouse and just get out military jargon for no reason. Oh, if you are a military spouse, and you've heard nothing, but jargon for the past couple of months. You can't really interpret what your spouse's saying hit us up. I'll be a great translator for you. Exactly. So how does day reach us, and they should be like, hey, battles..

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on TechStuff

"To two hundred twenty five miles per hour or three hundred sixty two kilometers per hour in just three seconds. So that acceleration would push you back into your seat all by itself. Never mind. The fact that you would soon be climbing at a steeper than normal angle. Another thing engineers had to take into consideration was the wear and tear that air pressure friction and heat would have on the Concorde travelling at supersonic speeds meant of the aircraft body would heat up considerably as high pressure air moved against the plane's surface. Measurements showed that the conchords surface temperature during supersonic flight would range from one hundred twenty seven degrees celsius or two hundred sixty one Fahrenheit at the nose of the plane down to ninety one degrees celsius or one hundred ninety six degrees Fahrenheit at the tail. All that he was bound to have an effect on the plane in. Fact, the airframe of the Concorde would expand seven inches or seventeen point eight centimeters during flight. So you can imagine the repeated flights could cause some serious structural problems. If the plane is affectively changing shape by the magnitude of seven inches for that reason engineers used a special aluminum or aluminium if you prefer alloy and that was known to be heat tolerant as well as lightweight. So it made a good material for the airframe another way engineers chose to deal with that heat was the coat the concord and highly.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The road work and that's eastbound between Lance lane and four forty one. Oak Toby boulevard typically, slow out there and now the road work in the left lane affecting, eastbound at congress avenue this summer use. The audible app and turn on an audio book while you taken the son take advantage, of a limited time offer for Amazon prime members and experience audible for yourself learn. More at audible dot com slash prime I'm Erica del sorta with your traffic on eight fifty. WT l. I'm meteorologist more in Alaska for CBS twelve. News mostly sunny skies out there force on. This Thursday that's going to help our temperatures to warm quickly we're going back in The low nineties for today's highs. With the humidity we'll have a heat index anywhere from one hundred to one hundred five degrees partly cloudy to mostly, sunny for the day but we'll see if you. Scattered showers and thunderstorms developing throughout the afternoon most. Areas stay dry overnight Time to Jeff It's the rich, Stevens, show news talk eight fifty w. f. t. l. Radio You, doing. Okay here's where we are today. Yet another police officer's been. Shot the Milwaukee officer was killed The appeals court orders. The release of the parkland. School surveillance videos family separation Separate the deadline is, today scientists have confirmed there's water on Mars. There may be a Frazier review Bill Cosby officially. Designated a sexually violent predator there might. Be a huge underground lake. On Mars the death valley temperature breaks a record one hundred twenty seven degrees so don't be bitching about our temperature today in.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Scorching heat waves taking its toll on the south west US the, numbers. Wednesday tell the story in southern Arizona and southwest. California temperatures ranged between one hundred thirteen and one hundred eighteen. Degrees the heat is leaning to record electricity usage to try and cool things down and the hot dry weather is extending into Nevada in, Utah as well as temperatures continue to soar into the. Weekend people are to stay out of direct sun and take breaks in the shade as extreme, heat warnings, persist but as hot as it has, been it's still has yet to surpass the record death, valley California set this. Week one hundred twenty seven degrees Grenell Scott Fox, News parts of Europe and Asia are also sizzling in, Japan record heat killed at least eighty people this. Month the old stereotype about. Copses they love, donuts but would bribing officers with donuts. Work FOX's Gary Bumgarner takes a look at one attempt cops in barrel and say twenty five year old man They stopped for appearing into parked cars looking. For something to steal had marijuana and an air pistol on. Him he apparently thought he had a great gal of jail card telling them he works at crispy cream and if they would just let, him go he'd be more than happy to bring them. Donuts when they politely declined his offer they say he tried to walk away leading to a, struggle and, his arrest on resisting arrest charges that, has FOX's Gary Bumgarner well the arrest of stripper stormy, Daniels appears to have. Been a sting operation planned in advance emails obtained, by the Fayette Ed advocate reveal that the leading officer, in that arrest shayna chemically bragged about the arrest. A newspaper reports the chemically. Email the other, cops about the location and time of. Daniel's. Appearance at the club in Columbus Ohio and then boasted about the arrest, Carmen Roberts FOX News Radio Take.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"And southwest California temperatures ranged between one hundred thirteen and one hundred eighteen degrees the heat, is leading to record electrcity usage to try and cool. Things down and the hunt dry weather is extending into Nevada in Utah as well as temperatures, continue to, soar into the weekend people are to. Stay out of direct sun and take breaks in the, shade as extreme heat. Warnings persist but it's hot as it has been, it's still has yet to surpass the record death valley, California set this week one hundred twenty seven degrees. Grenell Scott Fox News parts. Of Europe and, Asia are also sizzling in Japan record. Heat, killed at least eighty people this month the old stereotype about, copses they love donuts but would bribing officers with donuts work FOX's Gary Bumgarner takes a look at one attempt cops, in Maryland say A, twenty five year old man they stopped for appearing into parked, cars. Looking for something to steal had marijuana and an. Air pistol on him he apparently thought he had a great. Get out of jail card telling them he works at crispy cream and if they would just let him go he'd be more than happy, to bring them doughnuts when they politely declined his offer. They say he tried to walk away leading to a struggle and his arrest on resisting arrest, charges and, that has FOX's Gary Baumgartner well the. Arrest of stripper stormy Daniels appears to have been a, sting operation planned in. Advance emails obtained by the Fayette Ed advocate revealed, that the leading officer and that arrest shayna chemically bragged, about the arrest the newspaper reports that chemically Email. The other cops about the. Location and time, of Daniel's appearance at the club in. Columbus Ohio and then boasted about the arrest Carmen Roberts FOX.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The, fire has jumped those roads you'll somebody. Valley, is closed until at least Sunday. Because a fire burning near the, park for the second day in. A row he'd record has been set in Woodland. Hills one oh nine today breaking. The record of one oh seven. Set in nineteen fifty, nine and for the second, straight day death. Valley set a heat record. One hundred twenty seven degrees slow on the ten we'll check where and your. Weather next I ask, this as well This is a you mentioned. The three names there of these, three young boys who have died. Died as a result of bad government work not. Government didn't kill them a bad. Government, work didn't save them either We. Have people sitting in the middle of traffic in downtown Los Angeles to protests separation of families? At the border how many of those people have died zero anybody protests DCFS anybody sit in, the middle of traffic does anybody blocked down. Intersection downtown around the county. Ministration building when these, boys die like this Wyatt is you you get so irate about a policy that is inconvenient Well, I don't think that I think that that's I mean it's, your opinion but I think that when toddlers are taken, from their parents toddlers who have no. Say in crossing the border illegally and they are. Really traumatized from. That, it's not just inconvenient for them and they're alive that's my point yeah I. Understand this third, instance leap pad for DCFS with their hands all up, in, these cases, it's not like they open the file and they. Go gosh you know Anthony's name never appears in. Any of our records I honestly? Don't understand why there's not more fervor that's what I'm saying is why, why is it, that people will get so upset about a certain thing a certain issue whatever that issue happens to be to the point, where they either take off of work or, maybe they didn't have work and they get to protest on Tuesdays anyway but they will not rise. To the level of overthrowing because that's what people are calling for overthrowing the government over Throwing.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To a bloomberg email news director david merrit he joins us nine studio lines that we've got come across a bloomberg terminal here is that davis says it took him two days to consider whether to resign david davis says he told to resume and friday he'd be the odd man i'd all we in a state of crisis are are we at the foothills of a new stage of crisis in brexit well culture now david saying he would be the old by now maybe implies that we're not going to see other big names quitting the governments are huge crisis the expected outcome for choosing position david it was well known that he favored a more clean break so to speak with the opinion i think if you look at what the market today not really shrugging off the news this morning i you know big swings in a little bit david perhaps he's removal from the covenant so that maybe one of the big obstacles to achieve in one of the self to richard with your has been taken away the key things look for this one is going to be who his replace if we're going to get in about fourteen minutes time downing street saying we're gonna learn itchy can take a breakfast here or remain a tool that role doc it's going to be the person steering the negotiations from here on and then later today we're gonna have to wait and see what the mood music as a month pulpy the bigger group of french antiques and we may get a sense to try to try to unseat gambling of course but they do not have the numbers the rebels to get her out of office so we're going to have to wait and see but so far the markets maybe the sharing that this may be over before it gets much less yeah david really interesting week just getting lines out to john redwood of course a key backbencher brexit's here for many years brexit mp john redwood says new policy needed not leader challenge we very interesting is if he reflects the backbench views then that would answer the question as to whether there is apple tight to unseat theresa may or we'll if they will try to keep her in post but continued to try and influence the the form that breaks it takes yes that's right and you know the way just the cabinet the right of the prime minister was presenting the negotiation strategy all the government if anybody to where the door mr david you take him out invitation everybody else is turning the line of course we're getting some voltage from the mall brexit the party the we can't of course another one loudly complaining about this change it it it's not good enough but mrs may all along three showing that she felt that this is the version that you can get broad support for remember most of the tory and peas to remain but it came two years that's very vocal but i do not have actually the majority party more broadly within parliament's in itself okay thanks very much david murray joining bloomberg's emir news editor david merrit joining us with the latest on brexit the lines from dp's sammy wilson saying he can understand why davis this is in both the bbc anna naughty interview ot he said that basically david davis couldn't have stayed in the union will be critically important this politics a little bit later in the day and have meeting jinping from sean this is bloomberg this is the bloomberg green business report so has it been hot enough for you heatwaves are part of every summer of course sitting back to well at least this far back okay how jelly who was really hot today these days instead of how hot was it the question is become is this climate change scientists hesitate to link any single weather event to global warming but the national weather service says the general warming of the planet makes heatwaves likely to be more frequent going forward than they have been in the past for example 2016 was the warmest year on record globally and that year saw the most altan heat records broken around the world this year could be shaping up to be even hotter a week ago iran experienced its hottest july temperature ever one hundred twenty seven degrees fahrenheit a private forecasting service weather underground says the heat that script much of the us this summer is the kind of thing you expect to see on a warming planet it's easier to set a.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"That valley california got the one hundred twenty seven degrees phoenix got of one nineteen but that was actually the highest temperatures at phoenix has ever seen in nineteen ninety they actually got even higher than bad up into the one 20s but it happened right around this time of year because this is the time of year when it gets this hot right before the bond soon in the desert southwest what what mix it last so long was moving off giving some relief well i it's the wind pattern right now basically what happens if we kind of get the building of heat and it continues to build and build and build and in its south kinda blocks out a lot of that moisture the drier gets dry be gets dry and so you actually get drier and drier and hotter and hotter until you finally have such a jurassic shift between the monsoon that has already started in mexico and the high heat at over the desert southwest that you finally pull some of that moisture north and you get some relief in early july average started for the monsoon its allies third many deal the whole nother set of problems in the desert southwest like flooding but at least the temperatures come down so it's sitting there for now i mean we're looking year of hearing about a hard to resolve the blades europe the sweltering we had a record or nearly record super high temperatures in south asia recently a pakistan who just heard about temperatures in the nineties in siberia were new look at this he dove in the american southwest you see it as part of a bigger picture.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From the congressional budget office before it can get a vote on the floor that report is expected within a few days it will estimate how much the bill will cost and how many americans it will cover mcconnell wants a vote on the bill before the july fourth recess although it is not at all clear whether there is enough republicans support to pass it every senate democrat is opposed to the plant susan davis npr news the capital the national hurricane center says tropical storm cindy has made landfall on the gulf coast of southwestern louisiana the storm top sustained winds are about forty miles per hour our richard pasch is with the hurricane center he says that rain is the problem not the wind and rain has inundated the gulf coast for hours from animal horta southern mississippi southern alabama louisiana costa so it cream easter texas conveyed even getting very heavy rain on for quite a while now go vote conditions will continue and gradually of paper or within the next day or two the storm has left at least one person dead a 10yearold boy was killed on the beach in alabama when he was struck by a law that washed ashore the summer is only beginning and already california and the southwest have been roasting in a week long heatwave daniel carson reports excessive he warnings have been issued for much of california southern nevada and parts of arizona in los angeles county's antelope valley highs have been ranging between eight hundred six hundred ten degrees in palm springs one hundred twenty seven degrees utility companies are asking people to conserve their energy use south in california edison's robert vegas says air conditioning eats up a lot of electricity and constrain the electrical grid is the same was driving your car if who run your car twenty four hours a day at full speed eventually something will break down the same was true for electrical system wildfires have broken out across california because of the heat and so none dried out vegetation is the perfect fuel to spread wildfires the one near big bear his bird.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From the congressional budget office before it can get a vote on the floor that report is expected within a few days it will estimate how much the bill will cost and how many americans it will cover mcconnell wants a vote on the bill before the july fourth recess although it is not at all clear whether there is enough republican support to pass it every senate democrat is opposed to the plan susan davis npr news the capital the national hurricane center says tropical storm cindy has made landfall on the gulf coast of southwestern wezi anna the storm's top sustained winds are about forty miles per hour richard pasch is with the hurricane center he says that rain is the problem not the wind and rain has inundated the gulf coast for hours look ran in order to be filled in alabama we go through so creamy protect grew ribbon getting a heavy rain on for quite a wellknown gogo conditions will continue in gradually trigger or within the next day or two the storm has left at least one person dead a ten year old boy was killed on the beach in alabama when he was struck by a law that washed ashore the summer is only beginning and already california than the southwest have been roasting in a week long heatwave daniel oh carson reports excessive heat warnings have been issued for much of california southern nevada and parts of arizona in los angeles county's antelope valley highs have been ranging between eight hundred six hundred ten degrees in palm springs one hundred twenty seven degrees utility companies are asking people to conserve their energy use southern california edison robert vegas says air conditioning eats up a lot of electricity and constrain the electrical grid is the same as driving your car if you run your car twenty four hours a day at full speed eventually something will break down the same was true for electrical system wildfires have broken out across california because of the heat and sun dried out vegetation is the perfect fuel to spread wildfires the one near big bear his bird more than a thousand acres since monday.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KOIL

"So so duty she bases so patriarch dot com today should bases you get of some findings sent to you some of them are super prizes to understand because the epa guys the hand all the stuff said olsen surprise or once in a while somebody who donates to decide they want to be a part of the ground zero art part art part yes ground zero are part with patron patriarch dot com fletch clyde lewis it's beautiful day where i am i hope people they were you are i know that to be a tropical depression storms in all kinds of crazy is going on we got he'd so bad in arizona the streets are buckling planes can't fly you had happened before last year when i was going to roswell we had planes all set the good roswell phoenix was so hot we couldn't get to where we need to goes we had reroute our flights was crazy that's why it took a two hundred mile drive from el paso to roswell new mexico give it wouldn't land is anywhere near roswell the atlantis near el paso so the weather has been hot bear mattat like it was last year and oh for all of you that are having rough weather i'm sorry we'd have rough weather to i hear a weekends are gonna be super route one hundred one wondering too i know had been sound very hard for those b one hundred twenty seven degrees heat in phoenix maybe even in palm springs but term you know we register joys of beautiful weather here and i'm glad it's here anyway before i um before it started the show ground zero it was a time in my career that i was not on the radio and this was a you know there's also short intervals between jobs when you're in radio damned it's almost like i've done ground zero a whole i but no i had a career before that i had a at a i was a dj literally i mean i i was doing rock radio theo was one.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"They should bases you get of some find brings sent to you some of them are surprises to understand because the epa guys the handle the stuff say olsen surprise her once in a while somebody who donates to decide they want to be a part of the ground zero art part art part yes ground zero art part with patriotic petri on dot com flush clyde lewis it's beautiful day where i am i hope people they were you are i know that we have tropical depressions and storms and all kinds of crazy is going on we got he'd so bad in arizona the streets are buckling planes can't fly it had happened before last year when i was going to roswell we had planes all set to go to roswell phoenix was so hot we couldn't get to where we need to go through had reroute our flights was crazy that's why i took a two hundred mile drive from el paso throws will new mexico because they wouldn't land is anywhere near roswell the atlantis near el paso so the weather has been hot bear with toddler was last year and so for all of you that are having rough weather i'm sorry we'll have rough weather to your weekends are gonna be superhero about one hundred one wondering too i know that doesn't sound very hard for those v one hundred twenty seven degrees heat in phoenix maybe even in palm springs but term you know we were just enjoying some beautiful weather here and i'm glad it's here anyway before i um before it shorted the show ground zero there was a time in my career that i was not on the radio and this was a there's also short intervals between jobs when you're in radio damned it's almost like i've doug ground zero a whole i but no i had a career before that by hata at a i was a dj literally i mean i i was doing rock radio was one.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Twelve after the hour summer is here and accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's there is back summit began in the we hours of the morning east coast time and we are going to be having summerlike weather across at good parts of the country we have first of all aid trump people storms cindy which is going to be moving northward and making a land filed by me we hours tomorrow morning along the texans sandra weasley anna border that's going to then be pushing inland and moving to the north for the second half of the week were going to see a lot of shower and thunder storm activity associated with pat heavy rains a possibility of flash flooding and a chance of tornadoes as well as this storm is pushing inland this is mainly going to be bringing the worst weather right close to the gulf coast more today across most of louisiana southern parts of mississippi in alabama uh and over into the florida panhandle and southwestern parts of georgia showers and thunderstorms will still be on going to the rest of the southeast most widespread this afternoon but these will not be associated directly with cindy we do have a chance for some severe storms set crossed the upper midwest as we had in thi this afternoon and the early part of tonight and those are going to bring the possibility for damaging winds and flooding downpours there is a chance as well for a tornado and that's the weather across america in new orleans louisiana today travel storm cindy will be bringing wind and rain a possibility give severe thunderstorms as well as flooding high eighty three charlottesville virginia we'll have a nice day partly sunny with a high of eighty nine that's the nation's weather i accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's air yesterday just seven degrees from tying the alltime record as death valley california hits one hundred twenty seven degrees it's fifteen after the hour this is america in the morning i'm john trout.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KOMO

"Twelve after the hour summer is here and accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's there is back summer began in the wee hours of the morning east coast time and we are going to be having summerlike weather across said good parts of the country we have first of all ages a tropical storm cindy which is going to be moving northward and making a land filed by the we hours tomorrow morning along the texas and louisiana border that's going to then be pushing inland and moving to the north for the second half of the week we're going to see a lot of shower our and thunderstorm activity associated with that heavy rains a possibility of flash flooding and a chance of tornadoes as well as this storm is pushing inland this is mainly going to be bringing the worst weather right close to the gulf coast for today across most of louisiana southern parts of mississippi and alabama and over into the florida panhandle and southwestern parts of georgia showers and thunderstorms will still be on going through the rest of the southeast most widespread this afternoon but these will not be associated directly with cindy we do have a chance for some severe storms across the upper midwest as way had in thi this afternoon and the early part of tonight and those are going to bring the possibility for damaging winds and flooding downpours there is a chance as well for a tornado and that's the weather across america in new orleans louisiana today tropical storm cindy will be bringing wind and rain apart ability of severe thunderstorms as well as flooding high eighty three charlottesville virginia we'll have a nice day partly sunny with a high of eighty nine that's the nation's weather i'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's air yesterday just seven degrees from tying the alltime record as desk valley california hits one hundred twenty seven degrees it's fifteen after the hour this is america in the morning i'm john trout congressman peter king of new york brought a homeland security committee to long island for a field hearing steve kastenbaum says the focus of the meeting was to develop ways to combat the notorious gang m s asked thirteen there have been seventeen murders over the last eighteen months on long island attributed to the ms thirteen.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KOIL

"Twelve after the hour summer is here and accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's there is back summer began in the wee hours of the morning east coast time and we are going to be having summerlike weather across said good parts of the country we have first of all call eight tropical storm cindy which is going to be moving northward and making a land fall by the we hours tomorrow morning along the texas and louisiana border that's going to then be pushing inland and moving to the north for the second half of the week we're going to see alana's shower and thunderstorm activity associated with that heavy rains a possibility of flash flooding and a chance of tornadoes as well as the storm is pushing inland this is mainly going to be bringing the worst weather right close to the gulf coast for today across most of louisiana southern parts of nisus scipion alabama and over into the florida panhandle and southwestern parts of georgia showers and thunderstorms will still beyond going through the rest of the southeast most widespread this afternoon but these will not be associated directly with cindy we do have a chance for some severe storms have crossed the upper midwest as we head into this afternoon and the early part of tonight and those are going to bring the possibility for damaging winds and flooding downpours there is a chance as well for a tornado and that's the weather across america in new orleans louisiana today travel the storm cindy while they bringing wind in rain a possibility of severe thunderstorms as well as flooding high eighty three charlottesville virginia we'll have a nice day partly sunny with a high of eighty nine that's the nation's weather i'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's air yesterday just seven degrees from tying the alltime record as death valley california hits one hundred twenty seven degrees it's fifteen after the hour this is america in the morning i'm john trout congressman peter king of new york brought a homeland security committee to long island for a field hearing steve kastenbaum says the focus of the meeting was to develop ways to combat the notorious gang ms thirteen there have been seventeen murders over the last eighteen months on long island attributed to the ms thirteen gang their name entered the national conversation on immigration after two female students.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The first day of summer it's going to be the hottest afternoon we have so far this year highs in the lower to mid nineties around here tonight partly cloudy not much cooling overnight low sixty four tomorrow sunny and hot high 95 maybe an isolated late day thunderstorm tomorrow and then thursday there could be an isolated storm late in the day high ninety friday eighty two and then not nearly as warm for the weekend seventy on saturday seventy four on sunday from cbs 4 master now theory on koa newsradio 850 am and ninety four one fm sunny skies and ninety three degrees right now dia the record is ninety seven the first day of summer officially starting tonight at ten on the southwest is baking extreme heat cancelling dozens of flights in phoenix today where the temperatures expected a top one hundred twenty degrees las vegas couldn't get a high of one hundred seventeen i'll definitely california could sort of one hundred twenty seven degrees we're gonna see temperatures today in the mid nineties in the metro area is ashton altieri just sad higher temps may mean more mountain runoff has the snow is melting in the high country now that leads to fastermoving waterways to people had to be pulled from clerk creek last night cassidy is braving the conditions in his kayak which is still allowed in the water our auto water laws fars actually getting on rivers and stuff like that had been well established through to say a golden police have restricted access to others in the area teammate certainly died after falling out of his two on the periphery lamoure county white house spokesman sean spicer is not tipping his hand about his role changing in the trump administration during today's press briefing he downplayed reports he would be out as press secretary no secret we've had a couple of agencies including our communication sectors gone for a while uh we've is seeking input from individuals as far as ideas that they have we been meeting with potential people that uh navy of service this administration he says.

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"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"American airlines the largest carrier here phoenix die harbor has already cancelled around forty flights for tuesday during the absolute peak of this heatwave temperatures could hit hundred eighteen hundred nineteen even into a hundred and twenty plus its forecast to reach up to one hundred twenty seven degrees and death value nevada access he warnings there through friday forty volunteer seventeen hours and finally one rescued hiker but he is still in critical condition after falling you're so quami pass over the weekend heavy fog and the cascades kept a helicopter from reaching that injured hiker so king county search and rescue crews had hike in mason lake and carry him out some insurance rates could soar by as much as one mtti two percent in our state of carriers get their way cairo radius josh currents explains all of the uncertainty over the future of the affordable care act and what that could look like in the next couple of years is certainly fueling the huge proposed increases i talked to insurance commissioner mike kreidler who told me that he's going to be looking closely to see whether or not not the increases that are being proposed are justified infamous seattle resident amended knock set a pretty interesting day there was a fake cnn reports making the rounds that said amanda knocks hadden admitted to murdering her former roommate and then took her own life it was a doctored image but over three hundred thousand people were concerned enough to reach out to the west seattle harold wear knocks he's a writer knocks herself wanted to clear the air so she's been tweeting out reports of my death are greatly exaggerated a check on your drive now here's cairo radio realtime traffic major routes not too bad at all we do have an issue in auburn so this is fifteenth eastbound lead a fourcar versus motorcycle accident getting reports from the scene at the motor cyclist has passed away at two seventy seven has been affected by this and also was sixty seven southbound thing backups because of his motorcycle accident investigation now happening in auburn in dehlvi some good news 405 southbound coal creek parkway that collision has been cleared in our police activity in downtown seattle from that earlier bank robbery roads have now been we open so battery is.

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